Anti Cancer Diet

 I am writing about and in a way paying tribute to a SURVIVOR.  For those who don’t know, my father suffered from and eventually succumb to CANCER a year and a half ago.  Since then, I have devoted myself to preventing such dreaded illness.  My journey (and struggle) for wellness has brought about a change in lifestyle and a healthier outlook.

My readings has led me to an amazing woman.  Her name is Judy Sim.  Her story of survival is very inspiring.  A believer of alternative medicine, a pancreatic cancer survivor diagnosed in 1992, she healed herself.  At 70, she her life can be called a miracle.  Her secret?  Well, its here for us to keep (and share!).  I tried some of the food on the list and despite the hunger pangs and cravings, I feel lighter and cleansed.  Oh, well, its still work in progress…

JUDY SIM’S ANTI CANCER DIET

Upon waking up, drink at least two glasses of warm water to induce bowel movement

Breakfast:

Slow-cooked Quaker oats (not quick or instant), topped with sliced fresh green onions, fresh turmeric—luyang dilaw, garlic

You may add 6 pcs raw ground almonds/walnuts

Vitamin and mineral supplements

Lunch:

Fresh organic salad (Romaine lettuce, tomato, carrot, celery, cucumber, sprout vegetables)
6 pcs ground almonds or walnuts with extra virgin olive oil and lemon dressing

Topped with sliced fresh green onions, turmeric/luyang dilaw, garlic

You may add seaweeds, fresh or dried (unseasoned)

Or add ground nuts (6 pcs almonds or walnut) and/or 1 tbsp ground flax seed

Or add lentils (green, red or yellow), garbanzos and beets, except soy beans

Dinner:

Fresh vegetable soup (mix the following and slow cook for 30-45 minutes). Don’t add water.

Use a porcelain crock pot. Add herbs and spices. I use garlic, onions, turmeric, ginger and cumin seeds.

Fresh vegetables, at least 6 varieties, preferably organic. If not organic, use an ozonizer to remove toxins. Ampalaya, arugula, asparagus, burdock, Baguio beans, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, corn, cucumber, green papaya, green peas, okra, potato, radish, sayote, squash, string beans, tomato, turnips, zucchini, etc.—no nuts, no seeds

Add steamed camote tops, kangkong, ching kang chai, bokchoy or watercress.

Add reishi, shitake and/or maitake mushrooms; fresh (clean and dried under the sun to get vitamin D) or powdered (without additives); white fungus or wood ear fungus

Top with green onions, garlic, turmeric.

Steamed brown rice, brown rice congee mixed with Quaker oats, topped with sliced fresh green onions, turmeric ginger and garlic

Add 1 tbsp ground flax seed or flax seed meat.

 

 

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. sunshineforlife says:

    thanks for sharing this, Abs. this is very informative and u are right – change of lifestyle to a healthier one can really delay long term illness to struck us possibly.

    btw, got sth for u here:
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    take care and happy Wednesday!

  2. davidcarron5 says:

    hahaha… Here is some more stuff about bowel movement colors

  3. sunshineforlife says:

    aby, would appreciate it if you can add my new blog to your list. this blog and other blog is already listed.

    drop by when u have time. ok? take care.

  4. cherry says:

    thanks for sharing this. I’ve been a vegetarian for three weeks now and it’s so hard. healthy living in this day and age is difficult especially with so many tempting, unhealthy choices around.

    btw, are you up for some guessing game? My June Project is on and hope you can join.

  5. constance says:

    yes i believe in healthy diet too. there are too much influence around to entice us to eat foods laden with oil, preservatives and processed.

    this Judy is an amazing lady. thanks for sharing the menu and recipe with us, abby.

  6. cheryll says:

    i have a tag for you girl 🙂

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